• AY Foundation
The Alfonso Yuchengco Foundation, Inc (AY Foundation) serves as the heart of YGC. It manifests the Group's conviction that social responsibility is a corporation's lifeblood, essential to its survival and success.
Established in 1970, this non-profit, service-oriented organization has dedicated itself to the uplift of the Filipino spirit. Using contributions from YGC's member companies, the AY Foundation has various social development programs focusing particularly in the education, health and nutrition sector.
Now entering its fifth decade of service, the Foundation continues its commitment to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of the Filipino –especially the poor and disadvantaged.
• Yuchengco Museum
The Yuchengco Museum, located at RCBC Plaza in Makati City, is one of Manila's newest art museums and cultural assets. The museum opened its doors to the public in September 2005, and was created especially by Alfonso Yuchengco to house his art collection and be a venue for artistic and cultural exhibitions. The establishment of the museum was a natural extension of Yuchengco's distinguished career as an influential Filipino-Chinese businessman, diplomat, collector, philanthropist, art patron, and education advocate.
With its range of original exhibitions and engaging programs, the museum fosters a great public appreciation of the finest in Filipino and Filipino-Chinese creativity. The museum's offerings focus on three different themes: Sino-Filipino Expressions that highlight the visual arts ; Bridging Cultures, which showcases the rich and diverse cultural expressions from the Philippines, the region, and the world; and Design as Art Art as Design showing contemporary design excellence.
As a member of Yuchengco Group of Companies (YGC), the Yuchengco Museum is also a platform for the museum's corporate social responsibility. The museum also highlights the Yuchengco family and the YGC as patrons of arts and culture, positioning them not just as business leaders, but as vanguards of cultural heritage.
YGC's flagship company for the banking industry is the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC). It is ranked as among the top 5 private domestic commercial banks.
Incorporated in 1960, RCBC—then known as Rizal Development Bank—was the first development bank to be established in the province of Rizal. Two years later, it received the approval of the Central Bank to operate as a commercial bank. Since then, RCBC has become a leading name in the banking industry.
RCBC's claim to excellence rests on the manner that it redefined Philippine banking services. The first to adopt the concept of integrated banking, RCBC went beyond traditional banking by offering clients investment and insurance services.
Being at the forefront of industry innovations, RCBC continues to serve its clients with the highest standards of professionalism.
• House of Investments
House of Investments, Inc. (HI) is a unique component of YGC. Servings as its investment arm, HI is the first enterprise of its kind in the Philippines. Ever since its first operations in the early 60's, HI has continuously sought new areas and diverse opportunities for investment and deployment of resources.
House of Investments, or HI, a respected leader in project development activities and joint ventures with internationally established companies, controls and manages a major list of companies in education and information technology, construction and infrastructure, consumer finance, and other services such as memorial parks, strategic sourcing and trading.
Through HI, YGC branches out, entering new industries, interacting with a wide range of players and absorbing fresh ideas. No wonder HI has the reputation of being the leader in project development as well as an active Philippine partner of some of the world's most respected companies.
• RCBC Capital Corp.
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